The court, headed by Justice Faisal Arab, was presented with the report, which also evaluates certain tests carried out to measure the former army chief's overall health, media reported. The court is now reviewing the report.

Earlier, addressing the court, Musharraf's lawyers said they did not have his medical certificate.

Moreover, no one appeared on Tuesday from the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology (AFIC), where Musharraf was rushed on January 2 after he complained of heart problems on the way to the court.

On Monday, the court had directed the AFIC to produce Musharraf's medical certificate on Tuesday. The court warned on January 1 that it could issue an arrest warrant for the former military chief in case he failed to appear before it on January 2.

Musharraf has been charged with abrogating, subverting, suspending, holding in abeyance and attempting to conspire against the constitution by declaring emergency and detaining judges of the superior courts.

The government had on November 17 last year announced its decision to formally prosecute the former president for high treason.


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